UPDATED: Monday, Feb. 2 at 4:38 pm
Fordham’s Rose Hill campus will be closed Monday, Public Safety announced Monday morning — a change from its original announcement of a delayed opening.
Lincoln Center is also closed Monday — a change from two previous announcements of a delayed opening. The Westchester campus and Calder Center will be closed all day.
Ram Van service is suspended Monday — a change from a previous announcement.
New York City was expected to see anywhere from 2 to 7 inches of snow accumulation, beginning Sunday night and continuing through Monday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. In addition, 1/4 inch of ice was expected to develop on roads.
“A mixture of snow, sleet and freezing rain will create slick and hazardous travel conditions throughout the day Monday,” according to a statement released by NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio’s office.
2,400 sanitation workers would be deployed per shift throughout the city, alongside 500 salt spreaders, 1,600 snow plows and extra 25 ambulances.
New York City public schools are expected to be open Monday. “In this case, based on the numbers we have, it does not make sense to call off school. It makes sense to tell people to be careful,” de Blasio said during a press conference Sunday afternoon.
A Winter Storm Watch will be in effect for the metro area from Sunday at 7 pm to Monday at 6 pm.
New York City’s Department of Sanitation scheduled a snow alert to begin at 5 pm on Sunday as the region braces for another clean-up operation.